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Along with the Biodome (closed for renovations until summer 2019) , the Insectarium and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, the Botanical Garden is part of the Montreal Space for Life, Canada's largest natural museum science complex and Montreal's top...more
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Go on a nice, day, but not on a cloudy, day, Best Flowers, etc. Walk, bring your lunch.
Or a picnic, it is a bit far but worth taking the Subway, train, to get there, it makes it faster, because there are alot of red...More
A visit to this botanical garden is a must for a fair weather trip to Montreal. The beds are designed with great care and attention to detail and the entire grounds, both indoors and out, are curated with gorgeous specimens of flora and fauna. Plan...More
Though I show 2018, to be honest, it was a few years earlier.
Nevertheless, being born and raised here, I've been there many times.
This is a converted golf course and, as such, its spaciousness affords the visitor lots of room to walk about and...More
I live in Montreal, but love to visit the Botanical Gardens. We visited in early summer. Sitting by the pond with the ducks floating by was most zenful! The peonies were in full bloom in every color and variety. Unfortunately, the Japanese garden was being...More
I lived in Montreal and would sometimes go and find a nice spot and simply read or studied there. So many different areas in which you can just immerse yourself. The Chinese gardens always have tea and cookies too! :)
If you love bugs you...More
The gardens have with in them an insectarium, a chinese garden and a Japanese garden. The gardens are huge so give yourself at least a couple of hours to tour then. Getting there by Metro is the ideal way because the gardens are in the...More
We did enjoy our visit - however as expected most things were shut and almost the whole place was covered in snow. The greenhouses were great though and we took our time going through these. Pretty place I am sure in the summer. Not sure...More
I loved walking around to the different gardens along with reading the interpretive signs. There are so many varied and themed gardens that the two hours I was there was not nearly enough time. If you really like spending time at botanic gardens, I would...More
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie has one of Canada's most prominent Italian communities, with Little Italy concentrated along the convivial bends of Saint-Lawrence Boulevard. Known for its fantastic bars and authentic Italian fare, the domain includes the Jean-Talon Market, the largest public market in North America. Open year-round, sunny months see fruit and vegetable stalls set up outside the main chalet, while
blustery weather draws crowds indoors to meat and cheese sellers, spices and truffles stalls, and for regional delicacies such as rare Charlevoix lamb. While the market dictates what's fresh for local restaurateurs, visitors can please more than their palates, taking in the Renaissance architecture and frescos of Madonna della Difesa, the picturesque Rue Saint-Rominique with its cheerful homes and splendid gardens, or the ornamented thoroughfare of Plaza Saint-Hubert.
Apparently they did in the past, according to my friend. But I have never been. Don't know about this year, but there is a wonderful site you can google directly : Montreal Botanical Garden Christmas - gives you lots of... More
Apparently they did in the past, according to my friend. But I have never been. Don't know about this year, but there is a wonderful site you can google directly : Montreal Botanical Garden Christmas - gives you lots of info. Hope this helps.